Mortgage Brain secures new partnership with The Right Mortgage

They also plan to develop cloud-based end-to-end CRM system

Mortgage Brain secures new partnership with The Right Mortgage

Financial services network The Right Mortgage (TRM) has confirmed its five-year commitment to Mortgage Brain, which will allow members to continue with full access to the existing suite of products offered including Sourcing Brain, Criteria Brain, Affordability Brain, Submissions Brain, and the Key.

The partnership also signals a collaboration on developing market-leading tech, including a cloud-based end-to-end CRM system. 

TRM members recently benefited from migrating to the latest version of Sourcing Brain, bringing enhanced features, usability improvements, and the integration of Hometrack AVM. 

Over the last year, Mortgage Brain and TRM have been working closely together on a new innovative and intuitive time-saving CRM system that is already in its testing phrase with a trial group of advisers with plans for a roll out later this year to the whole network.

Neil Wyatt, sales and marketing director at Mortgage Brain, said the company’s vision is to completely transform the digital process for brokers.

“Collaborating with our key clients not only ensures their advisers’ needs today are captured but we future proof the mortgage process with efficiency and intuitive client service at the heart of our development,” he stated.

Adam Stretton, managing director at The Right Mortgage & Protection Network, added that they have spent a lot of time reviewing the wide variety of technology providers in the market, but none came close to the Mortgage Brain offering.

“There is real substance to their products and working closely with them on the development of the new CRM system has given me the confidence it will be the best on the market,” Stretton said.

Mortgage Brain has over 25,000 users of its products and services and is a Microsoft Silver Certified Partner, while The Right Mortgage (TRM) is regarded as one of the UK’s fastest growing financial services networks with over 700 members.